Study Strengthens Claims of Benicar Lawsuits

A study on Benicar side effects was recently presented at a major medical conference that bolsters claims in the rising number of Benicar lawsuits over “sprue-like enteropathy.” The new study, yet to be published, was presented by researchers from the University of... Read More »


Uber Seeks to End Drivers’ Gratuity Charge Class Action Lawsuit

Last week, Uber Technologies Inc. asked a California federal judge to dismiss a class action lawsuit accusing the transportation service of misleading passengers into thinking the 20 percent automatic gratuity is paid to drivers, arguing that the drivers failed to provide evidence… Read More »


Judge Tosses Claims in Tetley Tea Mislabeling Class Action Lawsuit

In ongoing mislabeling class action lawsuit filed against Tetley USA Inc., the presiding judge has dismissed allegations that the New Jersey-based company deceived its customers through alleged health benefits claims of the antioxidants found in its teas. However, the Tetley class action… Read More »


Off-Label Use of Risperdal Can Lead to Man Boobs in Young Patients

Developed in the 1980s, but not released into the market until 1993, Risperdal (risperidone) is an antipsychotic medication to help adults suffering from brain-based disorders, like schizophrenia. A few years later, it was approved for use with schizophrenic adolescents (ages 10-17). It... Read More »


Dole Seeks Summary Judgment in Fruit Mislabeling Class Action Lawsuit

Even though a judge certified a Class of California plaintiffs who filed a Dole fruit false advertising class action lawsuit, the company’s defense team is still seeking summary judgment on claims that there were synthetic ingredients in supposedly “all-natural” products. Lead plaintiff Chad… Read More »


SJS Reportedly Caused by Quinolone Antibiotic Levofloxacin

According to a research study published on, an elderly patient allegedly developed the life-threatening skin condition known as Stevens Johnson Syndrome (SJS) after taking a dose of the quinolone antibiotic medication, levofloxacin. While there have been several documented cases of patients... Read More »


ACLU Settles Immigration Class Action Lawsuit with US Government

Last week, the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) announced that the U.S. government agreed to new deportation procedures that require the government inform foreign nationals without immigration papers of the legal consequences of voluntarily returning to their countries of origin from Southern California…. Read More »


NJ Court Certifies Avis Reward Fee Class Action Lawsuit

Last Thursday, the Avis reward fee class action lawsuit gained class certification in regards to allegation accusing Avis Rent a Car System LLC of hiding additional fees in their travel reward program. In addition to class certification, the court also dismissed Avis’s… Read More »